|A. Mauriello (#46955900)|
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Born and raised in Long Island, NY from 1961 to 1975 when my two sisters, mother and I moved with friends to Bastrop, LA. My beloved Grandmother, Dorothy L. (Fabregas) Bunting moved to be closer to us only a year later. I attended college in 1980 for Commercial Arts, but ended up an Executive Assistant by trade. I have been married for 22 wonderful years to my husband, John, and have one son, William a Corporal in the esteemed U.S. Marine Corps~Semper Fidelis!|
Hobbies include photography, needlepoint, Chevrolet Corvettes, Italian cooking as well as shooting/target practice and watching professional boxing... oh, and I can't forget to add that I am an avid Denver Broncos (football) & Colorado Rockies (baseball) fanatic!
I am an overall happy person with a very strong faith in God, with a great love of this country and my family.
May God's Peace Be With You Now & Always, Andrea
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|Debi Morris||Greenwood Cemetery Picture|
Greetings. May I use a copy of your picture of Greenwood Cemetery in my personal family tree file? I have started using grave marker pictures of members of my family tree as well as pictures of the cemetery my ancestors are buried in as an additional source document. I hope it will help someone in the future with locating a family member's gravesite or a particular cemetery. I will so note that your pictures are from: Find A Grave Contributor: A. Mauriello #46955900.
Thank you for your time & effort, I do appreciate it.
|Andrea Mauriello||Find A Grave, Please help|
Dear Find A Grave; My name is Andrea Mauriello, and this was my page, however I am unable to access it due to my email account being cancelled (because I no longer worked at the organization where my email was based). I thought that I would be able to access my account from home, however it is not working. If anyone knows how I may reactive my page I would appreciate it as my Grandmothers memorial page is very important to me. I have all of the photos and can prove I am who I say I am.
I look forward to hearing from someone that may be able to help me gain access to my account. I enjoyed helping others find their loved ones grave sites and would appreciate any help so I may continue to do so. Thank you for your consideration.
|Kris Nunemaker||RE: Photo|
Hi A. Mauriello,
Sorry it took so long to get back to you.
Thank you for snaping the photo of Edward Warner for me. The date of death is correct, but can you tell on the stone what the first dates are? I can't tell by your photo.
|Melanie Tucker||RE: Photo|
Not a problem. Thank you so much for your help!
|Alex Roller||Jesse Herbert Littrell|
Thanks again for the excellent photo. If you still have it, I would be grateful if you would e-mail it to me for my files.
|Alex Roller||RE: I must apologize for the delay|
Please, you don't not have to apologize for not taking the photos yet. Your son is so much more important than my photo requests.
Let him know this old submarine veteran is thinking of him and all the rest of our fine men and women in uniform.
Thank you for your kindness.
Thank you again! You have a nice Easter as well.
I would have never found his grave site without your help. Thank you and a million times thank you!
Thank you for filling the request. Could you also add the picture to Nellie's site?
|shirleyw55||Rufus and Nellie Cox|
Thank you. I wasn't sure if I had the right cemetery. All I could go by was what someone told me. Thank you. Looking forward to seeing the pictures.
|Katherine Reab||Mary Elizabeth Sigler|
Thank you so very much for all your work. I feared she had no marker. It makes me sad to think that her new husband didn't bother. I know her children living there at the time were dirt poor and could not have afforded it. We will be putting a marker/stone up for her.
Thank you once again, it means a great deal to me and my Mother to find her grandmother at long last.
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